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    TPACK is described as meaningful, technology-incorporated teaching. TPACK encompasses all three concepts content, technology and pedagogy, not as individual concepts, but as the combination of all three. Rienties, Brouwer & Lygo-Baker (2013) points out that to effectively address students ' needs, teachers need to understand the concepts of content knowledge, pedagogical knowledge…

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    instructing a class, and yet it also happens to be extremely common in the classroom. This is mainly because no one realizes what banking is, teachers do not realize they are forcing you to memorize and not think. Paulo Freire wrote a book called “Pedagogy Of The Oppressed” that call out the detrimental effects of banking. Though most teachers and student don’t realize it, Freire’s views are important to understand and as a student it teaches you a lot about what you are really learning. In this…

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    During the past three years, I have read many books about psychology and pedagogy, like The Interpretation of Dreams of Freud and the Émile of Rousseau. The Playback Theatre, Process Theatre, Forward Theatre and the Improvisation were also a part my book list. But practice is the sole criterion for testing truth. To grasp a better…

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    Individual Assignment – Question 3 Paulo Freire is widely renowned for his thought provoking insights in Pedagogy of the Oppressed. This publication places a strong focus on relationships between oppressors and the oppressed, as well as the importance of education as a means for social and political change. Hierarchy and oppressive behaviors are commonly present in educational settings, specifically among teacher-student relationships. This paper will examine how the teacher-student…

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    Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs encompasses the Traditional, Progressive, and Critical tradition’s set forth to achieve, through the application of distinct educational lessons. Maslow’s interpretations of Physiological, Safety, Love/Belonging, Esteem and Self-actualization acknowledge individual needs to manage physical and mental development (Maslow, 1954). The purposes of intellectual, political, economic and social education are explained by how well an individual’s unique needs are met in…

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    My educational philosophy is rooted in the idea that students learn from doing while using tangible, real-life materials and experiences, and should be engaged in opportunities to experiment and question the world around them. Classroom learnings are complimented with thought out educational field trips to deepen the students’ connections. Additionally, we recognize the importance of family time, thus at home activities replaced the traditional homework ditto sheets and are simply an extension…

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    After reading the Fires books, they had raised interesting questions, and contained new and unique insights to, teaching, the classroom, and the field of pedagogy as a whole. In Cushman’s Fires in the Mind (2010), we observed the delicate dichotomy of teaching to students one on one, and as a class. On top of that, what it meant for someone to become a “master” in specific subject areas and how to maintain motivation to get there. In Cushman’s Fires in the Middle School Bathrooms (2008), we…

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    After the industrial revolution and the emergence of giant corporations in Europe Max Weber realized the old aristocracies could not provide the new kind of leadership that was necessary to lead these corporations in the 20th century. Weber’s bureaucracy helped to eliminate the absolute power inherited by privileged social classes. He envisioned an organization that was rational, logical, impersonal, formal, predictable, and systematic (Owens & Valesky, 2015). Leaders try to create organizations…

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    Freire introduces several key themes that combine to create the basis of his educational theory in his book Pedagogy of Freedom: Ethics, Democracy, and Civic Courage. Personally, I think that his theory displays an innovative way of looking at education and I agree with the arguments he presents. However, I believe that many of the cases he makes are idealized, and in practical application may be more complicated than he makes it seem. In an ideal education system this theory of freedom and…

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    The book Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo Freire is an eye-opening experience. It explains the relationship between the oppressed and their oppressors. As well as examining the characteristics and principles of both parties. In the book, it lays out some themes/ elements that can be applied or reflected upon in your own life. The term that really spoke to me was self- depreciation. Self-depreciation is another characteristic of the oppressed, which derives from their internalization of the…

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